It’s not too often that houses come up for sale or rent on Elfreth’s Alley, the oldest continuously occupied residential street in the the nation. This three-bedroom 18th-century home is as enormous as Alley houses get, though its nickname is Half House because it’s so narrow. Prior owners apparently tired of the 18th-century footprint, as they built a two-story addition in 2007. The systems, thankfully, were modernized as well: The house has radiant, zoned heat and A/C.
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Photo of Elfreth's Alley by Flickr user ktb8482.
Elfreth’s Alley doesn’t only have tiny home for once-tiny people. This home for half a million proves the point.